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2013-01-27 05:04:01 PM
Its called dope for a reason.
 
2013-01-27 05:06:22 PM
If you have 92 pounds of pot in your, car I'm guessing judgment and decision making aren't your strong points.
 
2013-01-27 05:09:00 PM
I always said if I got into the interstate drug trafficking game I'd buy a nice, late model Buick, have a governor installed set at 68mph, then festoon it with "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "This Car Brakes For The Rapture" stickers.

Hire a sixtysomething couple to drive the thing and sit back and wait for the cock-a-roaches to come for my empire
 
2013-01-27 06:18:00 PM
Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.
 
2013-01-27 06:27:15 PM
Artis drove away and failed to stop at a stop sign and did not signal when turning, police said.

It's almost like she wanted to get pulled over.


Mr. Coffee Nerves: I always said if I got into the interstate drug trafficking game I'd buy a nice, late model Buick, have a governor installed set at 68mph, then festoon it with "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "This Car Brakes For The Rapture" stickers.

Hire a sixtysomething couple to drive the thing and sit back and wait for the cock-a-roaches to come for my empire


When we used to go drinking in high school our preferred automobile was my friend's parents' wood-paneled station wagon with a "I support the Portland Police" sticker.
 
2013-01-27 08:44:59 PM

"Officers stopped Artis and, upon approaching the car, observed two large cardboard boxes in the auto. Officers also detected an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle.

K-9 officers responded to the scene and performed a narcotic search of the vehicle. "


99 problems AND this biatch is one.

 
2013-01-27 08:48:13 PM

Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.


Well, yeah; but UNTIL then, can people like this TRY to obey traffic laws till they reach their destination?
 
2013-01-27 08:50:51 PM
CoffeeNerves pretty much nailed it, but you need to add an F.O.P. badge to the license plate to really slide through...
 
2013-01-27 08:52:29 PM

skinink: "Officers stopped Artis and, upon approaching the car, observed two large cardboard boxes in the auto. Officers also detected an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle.

K-9 officers responded to the scene and performed a narcotic search of the vehicle. "
99 problems AND this biatch is one.


so what narcotics did they find? last time i checked weed wasnt one
 
2013-01-27 08:53:18 PM
She'll be supplying your AK's in a few years after the libs initiate their gun grab. That makes me feel warm and fuzzy.
 
2013-01-27 08:55:26 PM
Hempstead.
 
2013-01-27 08:55:32 PM
You see this stuff on I-94 or Telegraph Road in Michigan from time to time. Two guys, almost always shirtless, handcuffed and bent over the hood. Cops pulling out bales and bales of weed or packages of white powder. Another cop itemizing the weapons. Hundreds of thousands in drugs (plus guns) and the car in question is a rusting 1980s Cadillac with nonworking tailgates and all kinds of reasons to stop it. You just wonder why.

/I assume those who get caught like this are small time and the pros move it via other means
 
2013-01-27 08:55:40 PM

gittlebass: skinink: "Officers stopped Artis and, upon approaching the car, observed two large cardboard boxes in the auto. Officers also detected an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle.

K-9 officers responded to the scene and performed a narcotic search of the vehicle. "
99 problems AND this biatch is one.

so what narcotics did they find? last time i checked weed wasnt one


When used in a legal context in the U.S., a narcotic drug is simply one that is totally prohibited...
 
2013-01-27 08:58:11 PM

gittlebass: skinink: "Officers stopped Artis and, upon approaching the car, observed two large cardboard boxes in the auto. Officers also detected an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle.

K-9 officers responded to the scene and performed a narcotic search of the vehicle. "
99 problems AND this biatch is one.

so what narcotics did they find? last time i checked weed wasnt one


You should check with the DEA because they consider it a class a narcotic. (More dangerous than cocaine or PCP).

They are so reasonable..
 
2013-01-27 09:03:24 PM
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Not a goiter
 
2013-01-27 09:04:18 PM
"God put that weed here for you and me."
 
2013-01-27 09:04:33 PM

Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.


Even if we legalize pot, this amount is still probably going to be criminal (without the proper licensing), maybe not felonious, but criminal. The government will want their take in taxes, a concession I, personally, am fully willing to make in exchange for legalization.
 
2013-01-27 09:06:11 PM
Nate Newton laughs from his mountain
 
2013-01-27 09:13:43 PM
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2013-01-27 09:14:47 PM

Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.


Alcohol is legal, but see how far you get if you get caught with ~12 gallons of moonshine.
 
zez
2013-01-27 09:15:58 PM
According to detectives, around 6 p.m., an unmarked First Precinct police car observed Mizzie Artis, 27, of Bellport, operating a 1999 Hyundai eastbound on Columbus Avenue while talking on a cell phone and not wearing a seat belt.

Police then observed Artis drive to Armand Street where she met with a male subject in a minivan. As officers drove by both vehicles to further observe, the male subject fled the scene in the van, police said.


So a cop sees someone committing a traffic offense so minor that you can't even be pulled over for it, and then proceeds to case them?
 
2013-01-27 09:17:17 PM
A North Bellmore lady with weed
Was really quite careless indeed
Those ninety-two pounds
Gave adequate grounds
As seatbelt law she did not heed

/Yeah, it doesn't really work, but the hell with it....
 
2013-01-27 09:17:58 PM

zez: So a cop sees someone committing a traffic offense so minor that you can't even be pulled over for it, and then proceeds to case them?


What state?

In Ohio, those are both primary offenses, meaning you can get stopped.
 
2013-01-27 09:22:04 PM
The Lord giveth, and the State taketh away.
 
2013-01-27 09:24:23 PM

slackananda: A North Bellmore lady with weed
Was really quite careless indeed
Those ninety-two pounds
Gave adequate grounds
As seatbelt law she did not heed

/Yeah, it doesn't really work, but the hell with it....


Don't be so hard on yourself, that was pretty good.

/hee hee, I said hard-on.
 
2013-01-27 09:27:07 PM
man pulled over with 92 lbs of pot in car: Is there a problem officer?
Washington state highway patrol officer: license and registration please
man: Here.
WSP: your left tail light is out.
man: I guess I get a safety repair warning.
WSP: that looks like a lot of weed in your back seat.
man: 92 lbs, sir.
WSP: here's your warning you have three days to get that tail light fixed.
man: Yes sir.

drives off.

you could live in Washington.
 
2013-01-27 09:28:33 PM

Mister Peejay: Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.

Alcohol is legal, but see how far you get if you get caught with ~12 gallons of moonshine.


Tickle?
 
2013-01-27 09:29:19 PM

zez: According to detectives, around 6 p.m., an unmarked First Precinct police car observed Mizzie Artis, 27, of Bellport, operating a 1999 Hyundai eastbound on Columbus Avenue while talking on a cell phone and not wearing a seat belt.

Police then observed Artis drive to Armand Street where she met with a male subject in a minivan. As officers drove by both vehicles to further observe, the male subject fled the scene in the van, police said.


So a cop sees someone committing a traffic offense so minor that you can't even be pulled over for it, and then proceeds to case them?


Fleeing from the police is an arrestable offense. Talking on your cell phone while driving is a citable infraction (that means you can be pulled over for it). Which offense are you referring to?

Oh, and to answer your second question: Yes, the police can follow you around without doing anything for as long as they want for no reason at all, if you aren't doing anything, just because. Prove that they were following you. Why are you so paranoid?
 
2013-01-27 09:30:33 PM
Yep, the HR person for Weed Mules, LLC needs to be fired. I assume 92 lbs. of weed can be fairly expensive and certainly uninsurable. I am positive there are better drivers than this lady, albeit not nearly as hot.
 
2013-01-27 09:32:30 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: I always said if I got into the interstate drug trafficking game I'd buy a nice, late model Buick, have a governor installed set at 68mph, then festoon it with "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "This Car Brakes For The Rapture" stickers.

Hire a sixtysomething couple to drive the thing and sit back and wait for the cock-a-roaches to come for my empire


Unless I'm mistaken, some dealers have used geezers as mules in the past
 
2013-01-27 09:37:39 PM
Nowadays, geezers could be the principals.
 
2013-01-27 09:39:24 PM

ha-ha-guy: /I assume those who get caught like this are small time and the pros move it via other means


it's common for the big guys to hire addicts(who don't always make the best decisions) as mules, because it's cheaper to pay them in drugs.
 
2013-01-27 09:42:34 PM

Gyrfalcon: Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.

Well, yeah; but UNTIL then, can people like this TRY to obey traffic laws till they reach their destination?


But after legalization, it's also a traffic free-for-all!
 
2013-01-27 09:45:34 PM

LordOfThePings: Gyrfalcon: Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.

Well, yeah; but UNTIL then, can people like this TRY to obey traffic laws till they reach their destination?

But after legalization, it's also a traffic free-for-all!


Meh, I live in L.A., it almost already is.
 
2013-01-27 09:54:40 PM

madgordy: man pulled over with 92 lbs of pot in car: Is there a problem officer?
Washington state highway patrol officer: license and registration please
man: Here.
WSP: your left tail light is out.
man: I guess I get a safety repair warning.
WSP: that looks like a lot of weed in your back seat.
man: 92 lbs, sir.
WSP: here's your warning you have three days to get that tail light fixed.
man: Yes sir.

drives off.

you could live in Washington.


Not unless you have a license to produce or sell. One ounce is the limit for personal possession.
 
2013-01-27 09:58:03 PM
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Also, attempt to have a passenger side door.
 
2013-01-27 10:18:06 PM
So what happens to the 43 pounds of pot now, do they burn it or what?

/come on farkers, you're slipping
 
2013-01-27 10:19:23 PM
Meanwhile at OP's car
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2013-01-27 10:29:01 PM

tallguywithglasseson: If you have 92 pounds of pot in your, car I'm guessing judgment and decision making aren't your strong points.


Honestly, if you have 92 pounds of anything normally measured in ounces in your car, it may be time to start questioning your life choices.
 
2013-01-27 10:32:11 PM
And yet....................

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I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.
 
2013-01-27 10:44:16 PM
Looks like she could have muled the whole load.
 
2013-01-27 10:48:21 PM
Rules
1) Drive a "Professional Car" Audi, Saab, BMW... Avg version without tint, just some class
2) Dress nice and have a attractive member of the opposite sex with you
3) You will have to pay me for the rest...
 
2013-01-27 10:52:25 PM

zez: So a cop sees someone committing a traffic offense so minor that you can't even be pulled over for it, and then proceeds to case them?


For your own good, stay out of the drug-running business. You wouldn't last a day.
 
2013-01-27 10:54:22 PM

404 page not found: Hempstead.


Bwhahahahahahahaha!

I saw this too and lol'd
but that could be the beer talking
 
2013-01-27 11:00:16 PM

thorthor: /Yeah, it doesn't really work, but the hell with it....Don't be so hard on yourself, that was pretty good./hee hee, I said hard-on.


Thanks, that was a hard one

/hee hee, I said it too
//Probably shouldn't encourage me, but I appreciate it!
 
2013-01-27 11:20:42 PM
Marijuana is NOT a narcotic. Pigs are SO Farkin' stupid!
 
2013-01-27 11:24:29 PM
It was probably 92 pounds of "shake" and not actual dope. I wouldn't entrust this winner with $200k of actual dope.

Do the leaves etc. count as "a controlled substance" in the US? I assume they must though it's a bit hard to get high off them.
 
2013-01-27 11:31:32 PM

Hagbardr: [img849.imageshack.us image 575x431]

Also, attempt to have a passenger side door.


1974 Chrysler. Nice. (I guess it could be another mid-'70s year. Experts?)

Meanwhile, sux about that "woman's" weed. I bet lots of people were supposed to give it good homes.
 
2013-01-27 11:41:24 PM
You want a woman to put down her mobile phone? Seriously? But how will the world know that their life is a social whirl of wai kewl convos and txtng with their BFFs?
 
2013-01-27 11:55:40 PM
Do the leaves etc. count as "a controlled substance" in the US? I assume they must though it's a bit hard to get high off them.

Yes, where I live its still "zero tolerance". One seed will get you locked up.
 
2013-01-28 12:04:12 AM

ha-ha-guy: You see this stuff on I-94 or Telegraph Road in Michigan from time to time. Two guys, almost always shirtless, handcuffed and bent over the hood. Cops pulling out bales and bales of weed or packages of white powder. Another cop itemizing the weapons. Hundreds of thousands in drugs (plus guns) and the car in question is a rusting 1980s Cadillac with nonworking tailgates and all kinds of reasons to stop it. You just wonder why.

/I assume those who get caught like this are small time and the pros move it via other means


I think you might live by me.
 
2013-01-28 03:23:10 AM

Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.


Or, you know, we shouldn't.
 
2013-01-28 03:29:16 AM

Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................




I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.


You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.
 
2013-01-28 06:32:44 AM

Mister Peejay: Nofun: Or, you know, we could just legalize pot.

Alcohol is legal, but see how far you get if you get caught with ~12 gallons of moonshine.


True, but how often do you think someone tries to transport large quantities of moonshine across the country? I think his point was that if it were legalized we probably wouldn't be seeing people try to transport such large amounts. The vast majority of people would be more than happy to go through legitimate channels to obtain their goods.
 
2013-01-28 06:48:26 AM

Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.


So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.
 
2013-01-28 06:55:14 AM

Neondistraction: Let's just keep throwing money


Yeah, you said it right here. Of course that's what we are going to do, because the people who are catching the money like it that way.
 
2013-01-28 07:55:48 AM

Neondistraction: Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.

So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.


Can't be bothered enforcing the law? Just abandon it.
 
2013-01-28 08:39:27 AM

nburghmatt: ha-ha-guy: /I assume those who get caught like this are small time and the pros move it via other means

it's common for the big guys to hire addicts(who don't always make the best decisions) as mules, because it's cheaper to pay them in drugs.


There's a hotel around here that offers vagrants rooms in trade for shoddy carpentry and other maintenance work. Then he wonders why his paying guests fall through the floor or off the balcony and sue him.

Do it right the first time, idiots.
 
2013-01-28 12:04:47 PM

zerostatik: 404 page not found: Hempstead.

Bwhahahahahahahaha!

I saw this too and lol'd
but that could be the beer talking


Funny part is that Hempstead is one of the total drug-ridden ghettos around here.  Appropriate name indeed.
 
2013-01-28 12:32:05 PM

Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.

So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.

Can't be bothered enforcing the law? Just abandon it.


Yes, exactly. Just like we did with the end of prohibition. Society really fell apart after that, didn't it?
 
2013-01-28 12:50:56 PM

Neondistraction: Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.

So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.

Can't be bothered enforcing the law? Just abandon it.

Yes, exactly. Just like we did with the end of prohibition. Society really fell apart after that, didn't it?


So what you're saying is that you can't see the difference between alcohol and dope?
 
2013-01-28 01:12:16 PM

Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.

So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.

Can't be bothered enforcing the law? Just abandon it.

Yes, exactly. Just like we did with the end of prohibition. Society really fell apart after that, didn't it?

So what you're saying is that you can't see the difference between alcohol and dope?

One is physically addictive and the other isn't?
 
2013-01-28 01:24:34 PM

Keeve: Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Neondistraction: Rueened: Hagenhatesyouall: And yet....................

I was once opposed to cannabis, however, some dude challenged me to find ONE death directly attributed to cannabis overdose.

Couldn't find one.

We need to stop treating "drugs" like a criminal problem and treat it like a medical problem. It's less expensive that way, more effective, and FAR more just.

You're adorable. Ever try living in the real world? Dopers are ruining my town, police won't do anything about it.

So instead we should just keep doing what we've been doing for the last 50+ years, spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year fighting a war that cannot be won? At some point a rational country has to stop and wonder if perhaps the cure(which doesn't work) isn't in fact worse than the disease it's supposed to treat. All this time our country has been fighting it's war on drugs, and what do we have to show for it? After several decades and billions of dollars spent, marijuana is just as easy to get, if not easier, and that's in states where it's not legal for medicinal use even. I live in a state that has some of the most harsh laws against marijuana, second only to Texas by most accounts, and it's only ever a phone call away. And national usage rates have been largely unaffected.

So we've spent all this time and money trying to stop it, and what do we have to show for our efforts? It's easier to get than it ever was and usage rates haven't gone down. But no, let's not be rational and reexamine our approach to the issue. Let's just keep throwing money behind a punitive approach to what is, at it's core, a personal health issue.

Can't be bothered enforcing the law? Just abandon it.

Yes, exactly. Just like we did with the end of prohibition. Society really fell apart after that, didn't it?

So what you're saying is that you can't see the difference between alcohol and dope?
One is physically addictive and the other isn't?


Ah, the old 'dope isn't addictive' line. I bet every single user could give it up just like that with no ill-effects.

So why don't they?
 
2013-01-28 05:53:03 PM
This could very well be a case of giving some tweaker a shiatload of cheap ditchweed as a decoy; as the police are hauling a mother-load out of a fifteen year old Hyundai, across town the high-grade cheeb is rollin' away in a '10 Forester.
 
2013-01-28 08:20:04 PM
I need to use it to self-medicate, so I do regular runs that are about 35 miles one way. When I'm coming back, you know I have my cruise control on at a very conservative speed (~ 5 mph over the limit). I make sure my lights are working, etc. I don't make my car be the reason I might be stopped (e.g. expired stickers). I don't touch my cellphone. I signal all lane changes. I am not high while driving and never smoke in my car.

I don't ever have enough to cause a huge fuss, anyway.
 
2013-01-28 08:30:50 PM

Huck And Molly Ziegler: Hagbardr: [img849.imageshack.us image 575x431]

Also, attempt to have a passenger side door.

1974 Chrysler. Nice. (I guess it could be another mid-'70s year. Experts?)


'75-76 for sure, '74 is a maybe. I learned to drive in the winter in the wagon version of that. On bald tires.

/was also actively taught to learn how to slide a car because "it will happen, so be prepared"
/now drives an RX-7 on dirt because it's also way too much fun
 
2013-01-28 08:35:40 PM

Neondistraction: True, but how often do you think someone tries to transport large quantities of moonshine across the country? I think his point was that if it were legalized we probably wouldn't be seeing people try to transport such large amounts. The vast majority of people would be more than happy to go through legitimate channels to obtain their goods.


Good point. One of my failings that I keep trying to overcome is my stubborn literal-mindedness, instead of trying for the big picture.

OTOH, it's also illegal to transport more than two packs of cigarettes across state lines, at least around here. They mark them with different colored tax stamps. I've not seen this on alcoholic beverages, but I did feel sheepish about taking Ohio-bought beer with me on a trip to Tulsa in 2011.
 
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